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Venezuelan Surprises Continue – This Time in Reptilian Form

Thanks Shayne for writing this up! I know Graham liked seeing it, though he mentioned how it didn’t look happy in the garbage can.

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Main Author: Shayne

Well, yesterday started out with quite a bang.  Apparently, during the wee hours of the morning, the overnight guards heard ECA’s adopted school cat making a lot of hissing sounds on the main school plaza.  When the men approached in the dark of night, they were able to faintly see a boa constrictor facing off with “Skittles,” the school’s beloved stray cat that has become family.

Fortunately, the guards were able to get the snake into a barrel.  If this is a test for bravery, the ECA guards passed with flying colors.  Kids at school should feel safe with those guys at the helm!

From there, our spirited middle school science teacher used the opportunity for some show and tell before releasing the critter back into the wild brush adjacent to the school.  Even though Skittles routinely brings trophy kills that manifest her nightly prowess, we’re not…

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I'm a mom to an amazing little boy, wife to a supportive and adventurous husband, teacher in an international community, and lover of gardening, reading, cooking shows, lattes, and sharing.

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